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Bitcoin Core Unveils New Sponsorship Program, Interview with Eric Lombrozo

This week, Bitcoin Core announced their new Bitcoin Core Sponsorship Programme. The program gives larger organizations a more formalized way to support and donate services to Bitcoin Core by matching Core developers & volunteers with sponsors and appropriate projects. The … Continue reading

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Counterparty Eats Ethereum’s Lunch – XCP Moons, ETH Goes Bearish

Earlier today, NewsBTC.com published an article [note]The article has since been removed from NewsBTC.com, but you can view a cached version here, and a screenshot here.[/note] announcing Counterparty’s intention to bring Ethereum smart contracts to Bitcoin by leveraging the Ethereum … Continue reading

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CoinDesk Promotes London Bitcoin Forum Scam, Sweeps Under Rug

A little over a week ago, CoinDesk posted a press release [note]Original press release link is here, but CoinDesk has deleted the content.[/note] for The London Bitcoin Forum [note] Original website here. Archived version is here, just in case[/note], a … Continue reading

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Bitcoin Politics & Creative Legal Interpretations (Open Response to Friedberg, Riddell Williams)

This morning, I came across a blog post by Daniel Friedberg from the law firm, Riddell Williams. In the post, he attempts to show how certain laws and regulations could be applied to various actors within the industry, were they … Continue reading

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Interview with Bitcoin Core Developer, Jonas Schnelli

The folks over at Stakepool invited me to co-host[note]@MrHodl, @Aztek_btc, @MrChrisEllis, @wonkytonky, and Swapman were also asking questions, props[/note] a live interview with Jonas Schnelli, a Bitcoin Core Developer. It was great to hear his perspectives on things like block … Continue reading

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What it Means to Be a Bitcoin Conservative

As Bitcoin grows into the world, we see an increasing quantity of people and organizations attempt to define how Bitcoin should work and what its role in our society should/will be. The common thread among them is that they have … Continue reading

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